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"Why, of course," said Carl wonderingly. He still liked and trusted his old friend of boyhood's daysto him he had not changed one bit !
" I have a letter for Your Highness," said the old diplomat as they left the college. "It came by King's Messenger this morning from Paris. Her Majesty sent it by your Ambassador. And, as I was coming to see you, I promised to bring it myself."
" Your lordship is very kind, " smiled the Prince. "But please call me Carl," he cried impulsively. " I have never forgotten those topping days we used to have when I was a kid, before my father died-you used to call me Carl then."
Lord d'Harlecourt's heart was touched. This fine young man had not been spoiled, in spite of his upbringing !
" Why, of course-Carl, then," he laughed. "Now I want to hear all about those letters which were stolen last night."
He listened with great attention to the story Carl told him. It greatly supplemented the rather sketchy report that Bunny had given. It was most alarming in view of developing circumstances, and he was very anxious ; though he did not say anything to Carl in case he worried him. This was a matter which must be dealt with by Scotland Yard !
By now they had reached the bridge, and the cheery crew which waited in the punt. Greetings were soon happily exchanged, and before long all was going gaily. The young people took to each other at once, and when the time came for the Earl to tell them of his visit to Bernaldi they listened in thrilled amazement.
" How awfully romantic it all sounds," gurgled Veronica.

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